If St. Clare’s Parish in Toronto’s Corso Italia neighbourhood didn’t put on coffee and bingo for seniors every other Thursday morning, Vicenza Divizio would miss it.

Tour connects dots between early Toronto, Loretto Sisters

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The Loretto Sisters’ pioneering legacy in Toronto’s early beginnings has come alive in a new citywide walking tour.

Chart gets to ‘meat’ of the settlement in abuse cases

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What is the price of an abusive kiss by a predatory priest? How much should an unwanted fondle fetch to serve justice to the victim? Ask the class-action lawyers.

Prayers continue as Nova Scotia fires contained

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As Nova Scotians received a welcome dose of good news on June 5 that the overall wildfire situation across the province has been contained and many of the evacuees were authorized to return to their homes, the Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth continued to call for prayer for those affected.

St. John’s settlement appears near

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Survivors of abuse at the Mount Cashel orphanage in the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s, and by clergy from the Archdiocese of St. John’s through the years, are poised to receive a financial settlement from the archdiocese by the end of the year.

Saskatoon school board vandalized in Pride protest

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The Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools’ (GSCS) downtown office was vandalized May 29 following the leaking of an internal email asking principals to avoid the “Rainbow Tent” at a children’s festival.

Suspect sought in Calgary cathedral fire

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The Calgary Police Service (CPS) is on the hunt for a man who deliberately started a fire and assaulted two men at St. Mary’s Cathedral in Calgary.

Suspended Catholic school student fights for standing

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It appears that James Kitchen will have to wait until nearly the end of the summer to substantively challenge the suspension of St. Joseph’s High School student Josh Alexander in provincial court.

Sculptor, cardinal tout Dante’s power

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If you ask Toronto’s retired archbishop Cardinal Thomas Collins or celebrated Canadian Catholic sculptor Timothy Schmalz to discuss the legacy of Dante Alighieri (1265-1321), they will likely wax poetic about the famous Catholic Italian poet, writer and philosopher.

Steubenville Atlantic opens to new generation

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This year’s Steubenville Atlantic Youth Conference is forecast to resonate with the daily struggles of teen life.

Archbishop Leo toasts CMIC for 115 years of service

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Toronto Archbishop Francis Leo fondly recalled his childhood encounters with missionaries.